First Participants in the State Bar Legal Incubator Program Help to Close the Justice Gap

It’s the first day of the rest of the lives of 10 lucky lawyers who are the first group of participants in the State Bar of Texas’s new legal incubator.

The participants in the Texas Opportunity and Justice Incubator, which opened this month, have emerged from an intense three-week boot camp that turbocharged the launches of their solo practices, which will at least in part serve poor and middle-income Texans.

“They have an entrepreneurial spirit and the desire to build something for themselves while giving back to the community,” TOJI Director Anne-Marie Rabago said. “A big piece of what these incubator programs work toward is making legal services available to those who don’t qualify for legal aid because of income or other reasons, yet can’t afford attorneys at market rates.”

Published on TexasLawyer.com on April 21, 2017.

PDF: First Participants in the State Bar Legal Incubator Program Help to Close the Justice Gap _ Texas Lawyer

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